Furthur Live at Cuthbert Amphitheater on 2010-09-17
1. Here Comes Sunshine
3. On The Road Again
4. Estimated Prophet
6. Lost Sailor
7. Saint of Circumstance
8. Golden Road to Unlimited Devotion
1. Scarlet Begonias
2. Bird Song
3. Uncle John's Band
4. Mountain Song
5. Terrapin Suite
6. St. Stephen
7. Sugar Magnolia
8. Donor Rap
9. Playin' in the Band Reprise
10. Touch of Gray
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|On The Road Again|
|Uncle John's Band|
|Golden Road to Unlimited Devotion|
|Saint of Circumstance|
|Touch of Gray|
|Playin' in the Band Reprise|
|Here Comes Sunshine|
*It rained during almost the entire second set. Before set 2 began, we put up
a small umbrella to protect the mics so rain is audible from time-to-time.
- 2010-09-19 15:58:07
- Wavelab 6.11 (gain applied, fades, resample, and dither - UV22HR) > CD Wave 1.98 > Flac 16 (6)
- Eugene, Oregon
- Run time
- Taped by
- Chris Larson
- Transferred by
- Chris Larson
- Cuthbert Amphitheater
Subject: Dedicated to Makalan Kristopher RIP 1-31-98/9-2-10
Subject: The Music plays the Band!
So one could say they have perked up my ears and I will do my darndest to shake the ole bones to a show or two this coming year... Great Spirit willing. We all know that nothing lasts forever and the time is now eh?!
The love continues........
Subject: THANK YOU, THANK YOU
This was the most energized I've EVER seen Phil, hands down ~ beaming on every song, every jam. (Standing in the Phil Zone right in front of him didn't hurt a bit...). Hadn't seen Lost Sailor for 25 years (as long as my brother had been waiting for his first), and didn't think I'd ever see On the Road Again. Powerhouse Bobby tunage in the first set. Very emotional Bird Song in the second, and wonderful jams. Russo, the drummer ~ sure hope they keep HIM, AND let him remain sole drummer. His chops really shined on the Terrapin Flyer (?) breaks, and Phil had enough confidence in him to approach the kit and speed up the tempo for Stephen right after it started (you can hear this on the tapes : ) This was a great, flowing unit.
Thanks SO MUCH for this great audience recording. I may very well buy the official Live Nation soundboard at some point, but I've always loved a great audience tape ~ that's what captures the dimension of actually being there, and brings it right back for those who were. Peace and cheers!
*so what are these P.E.R.R.O. tapes? We assumed Mountain Song was a new one!
Subject: mountain song
Subject: Thanks as always
Subject: Timeless and Epic
Subject: chills, tears, amazement . .
I've been so drawn to this beautiful piece since discovering the P.E.R.R.O. sessions.
I cannot believe my ears. And what a heartfelt version played here.
there's a new song atop my wish-list for MSG in November - it might be a long shot for such a venue, but I can still hope.
So glad to hear they are still taking it FURTHUR!
Subject: KILLER SHOW!
Subject: great stuff
Subject: great great show!!
Subject: Incredible Night 2
Subject: Ran into a rainstorm :-)
Subject: Yes, I can say it, "What A Trip!"
Subject: tell me all that you know...
All the Eugene heads came out of the woodwork - a beautiful sight. Oregon sunshine all through the second set. So glad they played at Cuthbert - a beautiful venue.
And now back to to Bird Song. It was at times jazzy, spacey, and ethereal. And the flow into UJB was so smooth and easy.
Thanks for the nice recording (and keeping your equipment up in the rain). Peace!
Subject: Great recording
Subject: 10min + 2nd set!
Subject: Dancin' In My Dreams
Subject: Ken Kesey's Birthday & Anniversary of Jimi Hendrix's death (1970)
Subject: spirits undampened
Subject: WET WET FUN!
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